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Your eyes are red, _____________
What tense would we use to describe recent actions that have some kind of result that is evident in the present?
I’m exhausted, we ____________ for hours! I hope that we arrive soon.
What tense do we use for actions that started in the past and continue to the present when we want to emphasize that the action has happened repeatedly or continuously?
I can’t get in touch with John. ______________ 6 times this morning.
What tense do we use when we are talking about how many times something has happened?
I can’t get in touch with Tom either! ______________________ all morning.
What tense do we use to talk about an activity that started in the past and continues to the present when we want to emphasize the continuous or repeated nature of the action, especially when using “for” or “since” or talking about a present time range like “all morning” or “all day” ?
Maria was preparing the vegetable and had a little accident, she ______________________ herself.
What tense do we use to talk about a recent event when we want to emphasize that it happened once and NOT repeatedly or continuously?
If we say that Maria has been cutting herself it sounds like she did this repeatedly or continuously, instead of just being a single accident.
I met Robert at school, _____________ for a long time.
“Know” is a non-action / stative verb.
I ____________ for you since seven o’clock this morning and I’m still here now!
______________ to Fraga?
Pay attention to the position of “ever”.
I live in Barcelona. ____________ here for almost 20 years.
(CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS!!)
For states that started in the past and continue until the present we use the present perfect, we do not use present simple or present continuous!
This morning I _________, I’ll finish the job this afternoon.
Is the activity completed or not?